Best MidPoint Ever? The Reviews Are in...

Best MidPoint Ever? The Reviews Are in...

MPMF.11 is in the books, and the reviews, photos and videos are pouring in.

CityBeat coverage is all over the web: check out daily blog reviews from Brian Baker, Mike Breen, C.A. MacConnell and Leyla Shokoohe here; music slideshows from all three nights here; and hundreds of photos from Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Breen's MPMF.11 wrapup musings are here.

Did you stop by the Biore® Framester booth at Know Theatre? Your photo could be here, here or here.

There's a ton of daily coverage at Cincinnati.com from Enquirer and Metromix writers and photographers.

Each Note Secure has daily coverage and photos here.

Broken Mic has daily coverage and photos here.

Cincy Groove has a bunch of great photos here.

The Owl Mag has coverage and photos here.

Lots of other Cincinnati-focused blogs covered MPMF.11 as well: Cincinnati Blog, Urban Cincy, Over-the-Rhine Blog, 5chw4r7z, Cincinnati Examiner, Thought on Tracks, FRCH Design's Creative Fuel and The Walking Green to name a few.

The University of Cincinnati's News Record has reviews and photos here. Northern Kentucky University's The Northerner covered on-campus performances by MPMF.11 acts Bella Ruse and The Seedy Seeds.

The national Boing Boing web site talked up the streaming live "MPMF Ultrasessions" hosted by the Cincinnati-based All Night Party music licensing/production dudes. See the six archived performances here.

How about TV coverage? Check out Channel 9Channel 5 and Channel 19.

Here's a great video from the "master class" Mates of State participated in at the School for Creative & Performing Arts on Sept. 22.

Speaking of videos, here are some YouTube clips from MPMF.11 performances by The Joy Formidable, Cut Copy, The Black Shades, The Album Leaf, Those Darlins, Kaki King and Mates of State. Find a more complete list of MidPoint YouTube videos here.

What's the best thing you saw at MPMF.11? Take the official survey here. You can also find plenty of feedback on MidPoint's Facebook page and Twitter feed and add your own.

Topic Design's tweet/text system at Live.MPMF.com has now been archived as "(Re)live MidPoint." archive. Check out the 4,877 tweets and texts from the festival weekend.